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Computed tomography (CT) scan at initial presentation showed a single stone with a dense core (995 Hounsfield unit [HU]) surrounded by a softer shell (480 HU).
In computerized tomography (CT), the Hounsfield unit (HU) is used to assess tissue of body fluid density.
The diagnosis of renal AML is established using computed tomography (CT), showing negative fat density [between -10 and -100 Hounsfield unit (HU)] with an accuracy rate of 86% (3,4).
At this level, the CT values in the abdominal aorta and its three branches, the portal vein and its two branches, and the inferior vena cava were all greater than 340 hounsfield unit (HU).
relationship between Hounsfield Unit in CT Scan and Gray Scale in CBCT.
5,6) The density of stone measured by NCCT, stone Hounsfield Unit (HU) varies with stone composition and determines the fragility of a calculus which ultimately governs the clinical outcome in ESWL.
Use of computed tomography scout film and Hounsfield unit of computed tomography scan in predicting the radio-opacity of urinary calculi in plain kidney, ureter, and bladder radiographs.
Usefulness of Computed Tomography Hounsfield Unit Measurement for Diagnosis of Congenital Cholesteatoma.
We are proud to offer Discovery RT with Max Field of View technology enabling clinicians to perform a full view edge-to-edge image acquisition with specified skin line and hounsfield unit (HU) accuracy to help improve patient s radiation treatment plan.
To compare the visual difference of foam contrast agent and conventional contrast media (Ultravist 300; Schering AG, Berlin, Germany), we measured CT Hounsfield unit (HU) of pure and half diluted conventional contrast agent and foam contrast using a CT scanner (Inveon CT; Siemens Healthcare, Erlangen, Germany).
In CT scans, the Hounsfield Unit (HU) is used as a measure of the relative density of a certain area of tissue.
Each divided lung section was categorised according to their Hounsfield unit (HU) into hyperinflated (-1000~-900 HU), well-aerated (-900~-500 HU), poorly-aerated (-500~-100 HU) and non-aerated (-100~100 HU) volumes and analysed with Rapidia[R] 2.